HCA 13/67 f.210v Silver IMG 117 07 1835 Annotate
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To the tenth he saith the sayd shipp begann her outward voyage fromDunkirke about four monthes agoe, and carryed four and twenty
packes of Flemmish peice goods for the Account of fflemings and
not for the Accompt of the Laders of the goods now seized, and one
pack of forty peices of Sayes of Bridges for the Accompt of him
this deponent And further cannot depose.
To the eleaventh he saith that none of the goods Interrate were taken in
att Amsterdam or any other port under the Jurisdiction of the States
Interrate. And further deposeth not. saving that he saith they were
all taken in att Dunkirke and were not sent as he beleiveth from any
Port under the Command of the sayd States Generall.
To the fourteenth he saith and deposeth that there were laden aboard the
sayd shipp att Mondrill in Spayne two hundred and three and fifty
Quartools of Muleasses, and att Malaga one hundred four score and
two pipes of oyle, one hundred forty one pipes of wyne, one hundred
and twelve frayles of Raisins. one and twenty barrells of Raisins of
the sunn. And att cales aforesayd about one hundred and four and
thirty barrs and baggs of sylver for the more certainty whereof
he referrs himselfe to the said Bills of Ladeing delivered to Captaine
Badily as aforesayd. And the sayd shipp and lading was bound
for the ports of Dunkirke or Ostend, And saith that after the
sayd goods were laden none of them were, so farr as this deponent
knoweth or beleiveth deliverd a shoare againe or putt into any other
shipp or vessell. And otherwise cannot depose.